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2020 - These-Cemef (MINES ParisTech, Sophia Antipolis) - France - jumeau-numerique

Thèse CIFRE
Titre : Jumeau Numérique et Interaction Fluide-Structure pour parcs photovoltaïques

PROFIL ET COMPÉTENCES RECHERCHÉS
-Formation d’ingénieur ou master /mathématiques appliquées/mécanique numérique/science des matériaux
-Goût pour la recherche, d’analyse de pointe, la simulation numérique et la science des données
-Programmation informatique, les techniques d’apprentissage, traitement et analyse d’images numériques 3D
-Rigueur et capacité à s’investir pleinement dans un sujet - Aptitude au travail en équipe
-La maîtrise de la langue anglaise est un plus

Retrouvez tous les détails et la candidature en ligne sur le site du Cemef : https://www.cemef.mines-paristech.fr/offre-sujets-these/

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2020 - These-Cemef (MINES ParisTech, Sophia Antipolis) - France - recristallisation tantale

Titre : Simulation en champ moyen de la recristallisation statique du tantale pur

Mots-clé : Tantale, modélisation, recristallisation, structures de dislocations Type projet

Contexte : Ce projet de thèse s'inscrit dans la thématique "Evolutions de microstructure au cours des opérations de mise en forme" développés au CEMEF. Les mécanismes et cinétiques métallurgiques sont identifiés à partir d'essais thermomécaniques de laboratoire reproduisant les conditions industrielles et sont ensuite modélisés, avec une représentation implicite ou explicite de la microstructure.

Retrouvez tous les détails et la candidature en ligne sur le site du Cemef : https://www.cemef.mines-paristech.fr/offre-sujets-these/

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2020 - PhD POSITION - CEMEF (MINES ParisTech Sophia Antipolis) - France - Minds_projects

Title: Physics-Informed Machine Learning in the context of seismic imaging

Keywords: Machine learning, Physics-informed Machine Learning (PINN), deep neural networks, seismic imaging, wave propagation

Competences:
The candidate should have a strong background in maths and physics. He/she should have a clear interest for Machine Learning and for geophysical applications, in particular in the context of seismic imaging. He/she should have a strong experience in scientific programming. It is appreciated if he/she also has some knowledge on high performance computing (HPC). It is essential to be fluent in English speaking and writing.

Find all the details and the online application on the Cemef website: https://www.cemef.mines-paristech.fr/offre-sujets-these/

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2020 - PhD POSITION - CEMEF (MINES ParisTech Sophia Antipolis) - France - DIGIMU_ReXSimulation

Title: Improvement of a mean field model dedicated to the recrystallization simulation

Keywords: Metallurgy – Recrystallization – Modeling – Mean field model

Candidate profile and skills
Degree: MSc or MTech in Metallurgy or Materials Science, with excellent academic record.
Skills: Metallurgy, Numerical Modeling, proficiency in English, ability to work within a multi-disciplinary team.

Offer: The 3-year PhD will take place in CEMEF, an internationally-recognised research laboratory of MINES ParisTech located in Sophia-Antipolis, on the French Riviera. It offers a dynamic research environment, exhaustive training opportunities and a strong link with the industry. Annual gross salary: about 26ke. She/He will join the Metallurgy
μStructure Rheology (MSR) research teams under the supervision of M. Bernacki and N. Bozzolo.

Find all the details and the online application on the Cemef website: https://www.cemef.mines-paristech.fr/offre-sujets-these/

PhD position at CQT/NTU, Singapore

Please find in attachment a *PhD thesis offer on "SU(3) synthetic non-Abelian Gauge field on ultracold Fermi gas”, available at CQT, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.*

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Offre de Thèse à l'université de Strasbourg Physico-Chimie

Contribution to the design of a new immersible NMR probe for the monitoring of chemical reactions in solution

Offre de Thèse financée sur fonds ANR

Le profil du doctorant est celui d'un physico-chimiste au sens large.

Candidatures avant le Mardi 9 juin 2020.

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PhD thesis offer on "Quantum Computing for simulation of bulk materials” - Université Paris Saclay, France

A PhD thesis offer, funded by the CIFRE program, on "Quantum Computing for simulation of bulk materials”, through a collaboration between EDF and experimentalists from the Laboratoire Charles Fabry, Institut d’optique Graduate School, CNRS, Université Paris Saclay, France.
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PhD in “Flexible nanowire light emitting diodes” - CHREA - Sophia Antipolis (France)

Profile: The doctoral fellow will be mostly involved in the epitaxial growth using MOCVD technique. He will also participate to the processing in clean room environments and the optical characterization of the fabricated devices.
The candidate should have a strong background in condensed matter physics and/or materials science. A proven ability to conduct experimental work and willingness to learn different techniques are required (growth, clean room processing and characterization). The candidate should also be prepared to spend time in different laboratories in order to benefit from their expertise. Good communication skills and motivation for team work are thus needed.

Working place: The candidate will do his work mainly at CRHEA (http://www.crhea.cnrs.fr/en/), located in the technological hub of Sophia-Antipolis on the French Côte d’Azur with some stays (6 months approximately) at CEA/IRIG in Grenoble (http://www.cea.fr/drf/IRIG/) for the graphene-assisted growth.
Most of the processing will be performed at Center of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology in Palaiseau close to Paris (https://www.c2n.universite-paris-saclay.fr/en/)
Specific funding will be allocated for travel between the different places. The PhD can start in September 2020.

Advisors: The PhD will be supervised by Jesus Zuniga Perez and co-supervised by Blandine Alloing (Blandine.Alloing@crhea.cnrs.fr) from CRHEA

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2020 - PhD Offer in gravitational wave astrophysics - LAGRANCE (Université Côte d'Azur)

Title: Binary black hole coalescences with gravitational waves: Where do they come from?

Keywords: High energy astrophysics, compact objects, gravitational waves, star formation and evolution

Application: Students interested in this project should get in contact with Astrid Lamberts (astrid.lamberts@oca.eu) as soon as possible for preliminary discussion/selection before the formal deadline (April 6th).

Students should provide
- a CV
- a list of previous grades (Bachelor and Master)
- 2 letters of recommendation
- a cover letter

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